Minor in Geography - Geomorphology ERTH 3440   Geomorphology
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Geomorphology is the quantitative study of Earth’s surface processes and landforms with applications in geology, civil engineering, hydrogeology, and environmental management. We investigate slope stability, weathering and soils, sediment production, wind-driven and coastal environments, tectonic landforms, and river, glacial and permafrost processes.
FORMAT: Lecture
FORMAT COMMENTS: mandatory field trips
LAB HOURS PER WEEK: 0
PREREQUISITES: ERTH 1080 (or SCIE 1506/1507 or SCIE 1505) and (ERTH 1090 or ERTH 1091); OR completion of (or concurrent enrolment in) a 1000-level mathematics class, a 1000-level physics class, a 1000-level chemistry class AND permission of instructor
CROSS-LISTING: GEOG 3440.03